On your way to work? Swing by Princess Auto to claim a free aluminum sports bottle. Available to the first 1,000 customers. Forgot to pack a lunch? It’s on them! Free hot dogs available from 11:30-12:30. Day off? Nothing to do? Take part in their celebration sale. Free draw prizes will also be available.
While at Subway a couple of days ago I noticed they didn’t serve any tomatoes and had a sign stating it has been withdrawn for health reasons.
Turns out there’s an outbreak of Salmonella and some restaurants have decided to play it safe and withdraw tomatoes from their menus. Yesterday however I got tomatoes served at Dairy Queen so it varies from restaurant to restaurant and Health Canada hasn’t announced an official ban yet.
Unfortunetely for all of us tomato lovers, we’ll have to stop eating tomatoes for a while until it’s safe again 🙁
Veterans Affairs Canada’s Public Education Program has a mandate to help Canadian youth understand Canada’s participation in the World Wars and conflicts of the 20th century. The Program brings a uniquely Canadian perspective to history and portrays what life was like for those on the frontline and on the homefront, while also recognizing and honouring the sacrifices and achievements that were made for the benefit of our country today.
Created in Canada, with the advice and assistance of Canadian educators, the products strive to encourage students to cultivate a sense of pride in their country through an understanding of this turbulent and challenging period in Canada’s history.
Thanks Robbie for suggesting this Clean Air Foundation recycle program.
This year, the Clean Air Foundation in sponsorship with Toronto Hydro and partnership with The Home Depot Canada are recycling old, inefficient air conditioners for free and giving out a $25 Home Depot gift card in exchange.Â There is no limit to number of ACs Â you can bring in.
Common sense should tell you that the less you print, the more you’ll save. Ink costs money. Paper costs money. But sometimes it’s just not that simple — sometimes the things you’re looking to print have a lot of useless information mixed in that you have no choice but to print out along with what you were looking for. Enter GreenPrint.
GreenPrint is a free-to-use program that allows you to print exactly what you want without any excess waste or filler. On top of that it’ll track exactly how much paper and ink you’ve saved and translate that into a dollar figure so that you can really seethe impact it’s making. Right now the product is only available in Windows format, though they’re hoping to have a Mac version up and running by the end of the year.
Sometimes reducing your eco-footprint can help fatten your wallet too. Isn’t it nice when good deeds pay off?